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|46 weeks 4 days ago||I second this||
I have the 200 series, can easily do a half dozen burgers, brats, steaks, lobster tails, etc. You can also get a stand for it so it's not sitting on the ground. Very portable, great for camping, tailgating, and every day use.
|1 year 5 weeks ago||"No tank too big, no tank too||
"No tank too big, no tank too small, teacup or cesspool, we suck 'em all."
|1 year 9 weeks ago||Peppers||
|1 year 9 weeks ago||Woohoo!||
|1 year 11 weeks ago||Wilton Speight isn't in the||
|1 year 18 weeks ago||it's easier to use someone's momentum to move them||
Right, so if the DE has his left shoulder inside Mags, could Mags have given an extra push further down the line using the DE's momentum to run him out of the play? Or is the ISO playcall dictating that he latch onto his man (the DE) and ride him until the play is over?
I think Brian's point was that power is not as rigid as most people think and players still need to think on their feet after the ball is snapped.
Admittedly specific schemes are not something I'm terribly knowledgeable about.
|1 year 18 weeks ago||Could Magnuson have passed||
Could Magnuson have passed off the DE to Kalis and then taken on the MLB? I'm not sure if that's a possibiltiy within the scheme, but could have netted even more yardage.
|1 year 18 weeks ago||Do teams allow players to||
Do teams allow players to pick which helmet to wear? With all the attention on concussions and injury prevention you would think teams would use the best evidence based research and testing to select the best helmet for their players.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Interesting idea||
While reading DBLL I couldn't help but wonder if DB and MSC had some kind of extra-curricular relationship. It just makes no sense as to why she of all people would put blind faith in DB. MSC kicked ass while president in almost all areas except athletics, it just does not make sense.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||IMSB||
Having worked in rec sports for a number of years during school, I can confirm that we had the first building of it's kind in the country. If I'm not mistaken, 2013 was the 100 year celebration.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||tell that to MLB At Bat...||
tell that to MLB At Bat... the send out alerts like it's no big deal
|1 year 21 weeks ago||Houston Housing Market||
Something to keep an eye on is the energy sector in Houston. Tons of layoffs with the price of oil dropping and it's uncertain how long the price will stay this low. That could have a big impact on the housing market in Houston over the next two+ years.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||Has been happening on iOS for||
Has been happening on iOS for several months now, pretty annoying. I switched to the app from the mobile browser, which cut down the redirects.
|1 year 35 weeks ago||At least one of those years||
At least one of those years Michigan may have qualified for the tournament and was banned from the post season...
|1 year 37 weeks ago||Let me just point out, the||
Let me just point out, the "cheap loans" are not always that cheap.
For example, some of my loans are 7.9%... and I'm in a profession that is generally expected to perform well over the long term.
My problem with the education system is that there is demonstrated need for dentists, doctors, physical therapists, etc per peer reviewed research from the ADA, AMA, etc, yet they are charging insane rates to educate these people. The alternative is to import people from foreign trained schools with unknown qualifications... having interacted with these people has given me the opinion that it's a crap shot.
There should be some incentive to go into professions that are in demand or demonstrated to be in demand in the future, instead of giving every history/english/social science person every loan they ask for.
|1 year 46 weeks ago||Spending the afternoon at Buffalo Bayou||
Really enjoyed the 1836. Blood Orange wasn't bad, but I'm not a fan of Belgian wheat beers. Figaro is interesting, they import figs from Turkey, has a dark malty flavor, but strikes me more like an IPA.
Houston beer just isn't as good as that available in the Midwest.
|2 years 3 weeks ago||It seems like the naming||
It seems like the naming rights of the football coach would be best limited to print, for example a plaque on his office door or listed in the saturday programs. I think it's a little condescending and over the top when they have to announce the full name every time the coach is introduced.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||9 Circles of Hell in Dante's Inferno||
So maybe we have two more years
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Definition of narcissistic - nailed it||
"I'm here to get an award tonight, so I appreciate you showing up, but that's not why I'm here," added Brandon
|2 years 12 weeks ago||It can't be any worse than||
It can't be any worse than the "WOW" experience we are currently being presented with on the front page today
|2 years 18 weeks ago||"One answer is that Nussmeier||
"One answer is that Nussmeier and Hoke aren't averse to tempo but are focusing on executing a new offense, and as the team settles in, tempo will become part of Michigan's offensive arsenal."
The flip side of this is that if they are trying execute the playbook, then maybe they need to get to the line quicker so they can run through proper checks in order to get into the best play.
What was Alabama's tempo under Nussmeier? How does it compare? I find it hard to believe we can't get the plays called in quicker especially with Nuss standing on the sideline.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||I agree with everything you||
I agree with everything you had to say, but I think Shaw has a valid point in that they need to teach them how to make a living. Sure, plenty of athletes with pro potential have only professional sports on their mind, but realistically what percentage of the players really have pro potential? And of those players with pro potential, what percent last long enough in the NFL to actually collect a decent paycheck? If they don't make it or flame out early, then what? The university is doing them a disservice if all they are doing is paying them without actually teaching/giving them the tools to be successful beyond professional sports.
|2 years 30 weeks ago||I'll be moving there in a few||
I'll be moving there in a few weeks and would love to get a Michigan plate, but I don't think I switch everything over until I'm down there. The Houston Alumni Association has a pretty big FB page, maybe try there.
|2 years 50 weeks ago||Y'all finally made DMX lose||
Y'all finally made DMX lose his mind
|2 years 50 weeks ago||While I personally agree with your assessment||
in my experience living in NEO (much shorter than your 25) I have had to correct a number of people that say, "oh, you went to Michigan State, right?" For some reason there are people that don't know there is a University of Michigan and a Michigan State University. Perhaps it is because Ohio only has Ohio State and the next closest large university is Cincinnati and by default they think UoM is the only major state school in Michigan.
Is it a slap in the face to MSU or UoM? I guess that depends on whether you are a Michigan alum or not.
|2 years 51 weeks ago||My univerisity cancelled,||
My univerisity cancelled, then un-cancelled for tomorrow, it's been one giant roller-coaster of joy and disappointment this evening
|2 years 51 weeks ago||I wish I had a picture of it,||
I wish I had a picture of it, but early in the game there was a shot of Beilein and Morgan (maybe Horford?) arguing with the refs about grabbing jerseys and Morgan's jersey had a huge rip right down the middle. I saw that and knew we were in for a long night with some shitty officiating.
|2 years 51 weeks ago||I disagree on it not looking||
I disagree on it not looking as dominant. If anything, succeeding in the B1G now is more impressive than when the conference as a whole had fewer dominant teams.
|3 years 4 weeks ago||I have not tried that one||
however, you may want to try beergraphs.com for some reviews. They attempt to objectively rank beers, not sure how successful they have been so far.
|3 years 5 weeks ago||It was my understanding that||
It was my understanding that the Champions for Charity was not actually a non-profit and therefore, part of the reason for the athletic department discontinued it's relationship with them was to have better control over where the charity dollars were flowing. Probably a lot of AD speak in there, so take that for what it's worth.